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Need Best Noise Cancelling Headphones

 

My house is situated near airport and inharmonious noise of plane while landing and taking off irritate me. Usually I tried to avoid the noise by the listening to the music but its noise is no harsh that even my headphone could not resist it. I heard about the noise Cancelling Headphones and can anyone tell me about it and suggest me good one. Will it be good enough to restrict the harsh noise and will it let me enjoy the music as well? 

 

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  • Dylan Dudley

    There are many Noise Cancelling Headphones but if you need best  Noise Cancelling Headphones You could try the Audio Technica ATH-M50, which is not noise canceling, but is a closed-back headphone so will passively isolate you from noise. I travel a lot on planes and I’ve found that a good closed headphone works just as well as noise canceling headphones to cut out the noise. In fact, I’m off on a flight tonight and I’m looking forward to a nice relaxing 6 hours listening to my Bowers and Wilkins P5 headphones Anyway, back to the Audio Technica. They’re supposed to be one of the very best headphones available at the $150 level. The headphone addicts over at head-fi.org love them and often recommend them as upgrades for people who are unhappy with the sound of their Beats or Bose. And I believe the Beats Solo headphones have excellent sound, quality construction and sleek design which make them worthy of their price. They are, in my mind, a better buy than the more expensive Beats Studio headphones. Only if you are a frequent flyer who would benefit from noise-cancelling should you consider buying the Studio headphones. Otherwise, the Solo headphones are the ones to get